(This is for a student with Adm.Code 60X-XXXX and over, for 55X-XXXX to 59X-XXXX Please click Finance Curriculum (Old) Curriculum.) 

The detailed booklet of the curriculum can be downloaded here.

Finance is both the art and science of money management. It is an integral part of all modern economies and also important to the success of any entity: individuals, businesses, and government. Finance Program provides the students with the theoretical financial principles, analytical tools, and practical knowledge for making ethical and sound financial decision in a modern business environment.

The program offers only ONE major concentration: Investment and eight business concentrations. It also prepares the students for a variety of professional careers in both financial and non-financial services industries as well as further study in a higher degree.

Investment concentration covers the investment options, investment objectives, investment strategies and portfolio management. The students need to analyze the best alternative investment opportunities given a risk and return objectives.

Curriculum

Number of credits 142 credits

Duration of study
Students must complete all the requirements for the degree in a maximum of 8 years.

Curriculum structure

Total number of credits 142 credits
A. General education courses
Language courses 
Social science courses 
Humanities courses 
Science and mathematics courses 
40
15
12
7
6
credits
credits 
credits 
credits 
credits
B. Specialized courses
Business core courses
Major required courses
Concentration courses
Plan A: Major concentration*
Plan B: Business concentration*
Plan C: Major electives*
93
48
30
15
credits
credits 
credits
credits
C. Free elective courses 9 credits

Note*
Plan A: Major Concentration service
Choose one major concentration (Investment) and take all five courses.
Plan B: Business Concentration
Choose one business concentration (Accounting, Industrial Management and Logistics, Insurance, International Business Management, Management Information Systems, Management-Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Marketing, or Real Estate) and take all five courses.
Plan C: Major Electives
Choose five courses from major elective courses.

A. General education courses


B. Specialized courses

Note:
* All major required courses are offered in the first and the second
semester, not in summer (“C” is the passing grade.).

Plan A: Corporate Financial Management (no longer offered)

 

Prerequisites must be completed before taking the subject. 

C. Free elective courses

Students can take free elective courses of 6 credits from any faculty in Assumption University upon completion of the prerequisites (if any). However, they are certain courses that the Martin De Tours School of Management and Economics does not allow the students to enroll as follows:

Subject code Subject name
BG 1112 or GE 1202 or General Psychology
GE 1207 Fundamental Psychology
BG 1203 Fundamentals of Statistics
BG 1402 or Business, Society and Government
GE 1203 Society, Politics and Economics
ECO 2220 Introduction to Economics
ECO 2531 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 2541 Principles of Macroeconomics
GE 1101 Thai Civilization
GE 1203 Society, Politics and Economics
GE 1404 Thai Culture and Tradition (For Comm.Arts Students only) = BG1405 Thai Language and Culture
PC 3803 or PC 3311 or Personality and Social Interactive
PC 3311 Acting for Personality/Social Interaction
ACT 1601 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting (For Arts Students)
ACT 1602 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting (For Science and Technology Students)
Subject with 1 or 2 credits  
GS 1000 Use of Library
MA 1101 Applied Composition I

 

Study plans

First and Second Year (Freshmen and Sophomore)

During the freshmen year, all students in Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics pursues the same study plan consisting of general education courses and business core courses, which provide them with the basic knowledge on all the disciplines in business. The study plan also prepares the students with adequate knowledge to select a concentration that suits his/her ability, background, and preferences.

Third and Fourth Years (Junior and Senior)

During the junior and senior years, students who select the Finance Major follow the program of studies:

1. Ten Major Required Courses

2. Five Concentration Courses

Plan A: Major Concentration Courses Or

Plan B: Business Concentration Courses Or

Plan C: Major Elective Courses

 

3. Three Free Elective Courses

 

Course (s) Offered to Other Programs

The Finance Department offers the following courses as core course and Plan B Business Concentration (Finance) for other programs of Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics as well as a minor in Finance for the Bachelor of Arts Programs of the Faculty of Arts.
Course code Course title credits 
FIN 2201 Principles of Finance

3 (3-0-6)

FIN 3101 Business and Economic Analysis for Decision Making
Corporate Finance
3 (3-0-6)
FIN 3102 Business and Economic Analysis for Decision Making
(Substituted with FIN3202 Financial Reporting and Analysis for MGT students)
3 (3-0-6)
FIN 3201 Investment 3 (3-0-6)
FIN 3203 Bank Management 3 (3-0-6)
FIN 3231 Financial Feasibility Planning 3 (3-0-6)
FIN 4101 Financial Management
(Substituted with FIN4102 International Finance for MGT students)
3 (3-0-6)

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